This publication provides an overview of SASP, reporting requirements, contact information for various needs as well as links to other helpful documents. This document is essential reading for new administrators and is a helpful reference for seasoned administrators.
Welcome to your role as a Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP) Administrator! The SASP funding is the first and only federal funding stream solely dedicated to the provision of direct intervention and related assistance for victims of sexual assault and is administered by the Office on Violence... more
The articles and resources in this newsletter continue our theme of looking at civil rights compliance. All recipients of funds from the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) are obligated to be in compliance with an array of important civil rights laws and regulations, and, equally... more
This edition of the SASP Administrators Newsletter features articles and resources on working with dual programs including approaches in Nebraska and Oregon as well as resources from the Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative (SADI).
This webinar from June 2013 featured best practices from three states related to SASP planning, working with your sexual assault coalition and responding to the needs of underserved populations. The featured presenters were be Debi Cain, Michigan’s SASP Administrator; Debra Seltzer, Ohio’s SASP... more
This webinar from March 2017, presented in partnership with staff from the Muskie School of Public Service, VAWA Measuring Effectiveness Initiative demonstrated to SASP Administrators how narrative questions can be used to effectively describe accomplishments and the impact of grant-funded work... more
Sexual assault service providers across the country are developing partnerships to help serve survivors of sexual abuse in prison. These partnerships and services are growing right now, due in part to the availability of funds from the Sexual Assault Services Program.
Several of these resources are specific to sexual assault and advocacy work in rural areas, with many thanks to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and the Violence Against Women Network for their extensive work on this topic. Other resources include critical information about working in... more